Sibling Book List

  • All God's Creatures Go To Heaven by Amy Nolfo-Wheeler. All ages.
  • Children Are Not Paper Dolls by Erin Linn (Ages 9-15)
  • Children Facing Grief Jan Rodmond (Ages 8-16)
  • Dancing on the Moon by Janice Roper and Lauren Grimm (Ages infant to Preschool)
  • Fire in My Heart, Ice in My Veins-A Journal For Teenagers Experiencing a Loss by Enid Samuel Traisman (Ages: Young Adult)
  • Grieving for the Sibling You Lost: A Teen's Guide to Coping with Grief & Finding Meaning After Loss by Erica Goldblatt Hyatt (Ages: Teen)
  • Healing Grieving Hearts for Teens by Alan Wolfet (Ages: Young Adult)
  • Help Me Say Goodbye: Activities For Helping Kids Cope When a Special Person Dies by Janis Silverman (Ages 5–teen)
  • Here in the Garden by Briony Stewart (Ages 5-8)
  • I Miss You:  A First Look at Death by Pat Thomas (Ages 4-8)
  • I Wish I Could Hold Your Hand by Pat Palmer and Dianne O’Quinne Burke (Ages 9 –12)
  • I’ll Always Love You by Hans Wilhelm (Ages 4-8)
  • Isabella's Dream by Betsy Bottino Arenella (Ages 4-8)
  • Losing Someone You Love by Elizabeth Richter (Ages 7 and up)
  • My Brother Joey Died Today by McLendon & Messner (Ages 10-14)
  • Sad Isn’t Bad- A Good Grief Guidebook for Kids Dealing with Loss by Michaelene Mandy and RW Alley (Ages 4-8)
  • Someone Came Before You by Pat Schwiebert (Preschool age)
  • The Badger’s Parting Gifts by Susan Varley (Ages 4–8)
  • The Fall of Freddy the Leaf by Leo Buscaglia (Ages 4–8)
  • The Invisible String by Patrice Varst (Ages 4-8)
  • The Tenth Best Thing About Barney by Judith Viorst and Erik Blegvard  (Ages 4-8)
  • This Book is For All Kids but Especially For My Sister Libby. Libby Died. by Jack and Annette Simon (Ages 4 –8)
  • To Healing Your Grieving Heart: 100 Practical Ideas For Kids by Alan Wolfet (Ages 9-12)
  • Today My Sister Died by Ronee Christy Domske (Ages 10 and up)
  • What Do They Do All Day in Heaven? by Staci Thomas
  • What on Earth to Do When Someone Dies by Trevor Romain (Ages 9 - 12)
  • What's Heaven by Maria Shriver (Ages 5-8)
  • When Someone VERY Special Dies: Children Can Learn to Cope with Grief by Marge Heegaard (to be illustrated by children) (ages 6-12)
  • Where’s Jess? by Joy & Marv Johnson (Ages 3-8)